Assured Research: Using Natural Language Processing to Create an Insurance Dashboard

Insurance Insights Dashboard Offers Clarity Into Business & Financial Trends

Text Visualization Transforms the Way Insurance Data is Consumed

We integrated our text analytics with Assured Research to present several years of financial text data from earnings sentiment related to the insurance industry into a dashboard format; presenting key trends in insurance lines and topics into interactive visual modules. This method of text visualization revolutionizes the way the insurance industry can consume and interpret earnings sentiment.

The Insurance Insights Dashboard leveraged Amenity Analytics NLP model to extract mentions of insurance lines and related topics such as hurricanes or other weather events to analyze trends across insurance lines. Of the several insurance lines involved in the extraction, the following were of note: 

-Commercial Auto and Trucking

-Workers' Compensation

-Cyber

-Personal Auto

-General Liability

-Property/Homeowners

The data set was comprised of earnings and conference call transcripts from across the insurance industry from the periods of 4Q 2012 to 3Q 2018.

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Gain Key Insurance Market Trends Extracted With the Scale and Precision of Text Analytics

Some highlights of the types of analysis afforded by the Insurance Dashboard in this white paper:

-View data based on frequency of lines of insurance over time

-Conduct analysis based on geographic market

-An introduction to analyzing insurance sentiment based on polarity (positive, neutral, and negative mentions)

In addition to the analysis derived from the Insurance Dashboard this white paper also covers topics impacting property/casualty insurance lines such as Homeowners' Insurance, Reinsurance, as well as Commercial and Personal Auto.

To request a copy, e-mail: ankit@amenityanalytics.com

This communication does not represent investment advice. Transcript text provided by S&P Global Market Intelligence. Analysis provided in collaboration with Assured Research, LLC.

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